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How to Create a Great Product Photography Shot Using Speedlights

There might be no better way to learn and practice building up light in an image than through product photography, and as this great walkthrough tutorial shows, you don’t necessarily need expensive gear to create a great result. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete FroKnowsPhoto 6-Hour Guide to […]

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How to Create Abstract Photos with Oil and Water and a Little Dish Soap

Oil and water are like chalk and cheese. They just aren’t the same are they? But despite their seeming incompatibility, each brings out the qualities of the other. As photographers, we love a good juxtaposition. There’s nothing that creates balance better than imbalance – well, it’s definitely the case here, at least. So in this […]

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Five Tips to Create Better Engagement With Your Talent

We talk about gear and how to take better shots or process your images all the time, but less often do we discuss the non-camera related side of photography, engaging with the subject, though it’s obviously of the utmost importance. This helpful video gives you five tips to produce better engagement with your talent. [ […]

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Should You Create a Video Portfolio of Your Photography?

After Google, Youtube is the second largest search engine, and thus having a video-portfolio of one’s photography can be a great addition in so far as getting one’s work seen. Any time we get to offer our work in a different format, it allows us to both see and showcase different angles which otherwise may […]

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What is Good Light and How to Use it to Create Beautiful Portraits

Two of the most commonly used and misunderstood phrases thrown around by photographers today are, “It’s all about the light” and “Look at that beautiful light”. But what does that actually mean? How can you use it to make beautiful portraits? In my early years, I kept hearing photographers online and in person preach about […]

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How to Create a Double Exposure Effect Using Photoshop

What is a double exposure effect? In days of yore, back when DSLR cameras were SLR, a roll of film was inserted in the back of your camera to give you 24 or 36 exposures. A double exposure was created in-camera by taking two different photos on the same frame of film. The Double Exposure […]

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How to Create and Shoot Night Portraits

If you limit your portrait photography to daylight, you’re missing out on a chance to get some really cool people photos. Whether you just want something better from your camera automatically, or you want complete control of the light in the scene, there’s something in this article for you. Read on to get some tips […]

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